Yes we long for wow classic gold know we won't receive a 100.0percent replica on Vanilla however adding a token along with other changes he'd like to see isn't going to help getting closer to it. I mean I'm an adult now too as you understand with such and family, having limited time to perform compared to earlier. I could be one of those who would welcome ezmode and changes as I think myself as a (serious) casual. Guess what, NOT occurring with me since when I do play the the game I need a fantastic gaming experience with of the hand holdingsilver plattern and faceroll items that we got in retail and a number of other online games today. This alone is one good reason we long for WoW Classic and keep it"pure".
A lot of things he said here and you had a 1h 43min video to discuss it and I can only sort atm but I wounder if he's even heared what they advised us until now, such as the Blizzcon interview and more. The token will make folks not needing to work for their own stuff. You inspect 95% of those characters in cities and all you see are all those folks in pre raid BiS. Like who did struggle and work for it and who opened up their pockets. Sounds he couldn't care much about WoW Classic, but he will play with it if you do.
Hey guys, just want to go on the list and say I totally disagree with changing vanilla. However, tea is evaporating a stance, he is arguing what might happen. I am not sure what this didn't get through. He believes the wow token could happen because Activision sucks and the point about endgame changes are what he believes will create vanilla more accessible. I really don't need any of these things to happen..it's important in life to never exist in an echo chamber of similar thought. I think Tea Thyme made lots of good points. Lets face it, programmers don't decide what finally enters the match....they just implement the"program" created by the decision makers of the company. How many"first" devs or blizzard execs are light's hope northdale gold abandoned in the company? There'll be changes, there are already changes planned, it's just how deep will the changes proceed??